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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby miltiades » Mon Mar 19, 2018 6:03 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...yes, i am looking forward to your trip around the island, as well; what you will find along the way.

I shall start my island exploration trip after schools close for the summer. There is so much to see and enjoy in Cyprus, Im looking forward to firstly visiting Paphos area, there are many villages that still retain traditional culture, Theletra for one. Im interested in purchasing an apartment in or around Polis area. Very scenic and peacefull. I shall also endeavour to keep this thread on course and will resist deflections from anyone. I believe that many UK Cypriots who may be reading the forum could well derive some informative benefit . My views are and will continue to be honest, expressing joy at good things and harshly criticising unsavoury aspects.
Thus far Im not only happy being here but Deliriously contented. My Paradise Island is living up to my highest expectations.
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Paphitis » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:42 pm

miltiades wrote:Robin you may have... noticed that I choose not to reply to this 101% idiot with intellectual answers, I prefer much more the ....colourful language honed over many years and used against other suckers and mentally unstable bloody morons.
The guy is not only an absolute fucking wanker but also staggeringly naive and to put it rather politely full of ...excrament.
For a ....pilot, my arse, he should know better. This idiot a few years back expressed the wish that I should die so that he would piss on my grave. He is dellusional, lacks confidence and the forum gives him the chance to display bravado where in real life he would shit himself.


You and intellectual shouldn't be in the same sentence.

Sorry Milti, but you would have to be one of the dumbest idiots I have ever come across.

It is you that has trolled me so obviously my intellect must have attracted you then and all I got was some putrid, disgusting vitriolic abuse. It was also very unprovoked. And now you say you are ignoring my posts because they are not smart enough for you. Who do you think you are kidding?

You know what, you don't have to agree with my views vlaka! I don't expect you to. I am entitled to my views. And my views are very valid and they are not out there at all. They are mainstream in many countries, especially in the West. Pootin is on the nose in most countries - throughout the EU, all NATO, and ANZUS Countries, and throughout the Americas minus perhaps Venezuela and Paraguay perhaps. Just because you like him doesn't mean that your views are as mainstream as mine because that is clearly NOT the case.

MALAKAS!
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby miltiades » Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:48 am

Sunday last, my self and older brother who arrived in Cyprus for a two week break on Wednesday 21st, trotted off to Paphos going straight to Stroumbi arriving there just after 1pm. We headed off to the local kafenion but apart from a cat no-one was around, we waited for a bit and on seing nobody around headed off to the old village, Pano Stroumbi stopping at the cemetery for a minute's silence at mother's grave.
There is a kafenio in the old village but it was closed , we knew that on the outskirts
Of the village there was a restaurant/ cafe so we drove half a mile or less and stopped for coffee. The restaurant apparently has a good reputation and was almost full, mostly English people having their Sunday lunch.

A local guy was sitting at the bar and we got talking to, he was from Stroumbi and age 51. I told him that I too was born in Stroumbi and asked for his family name.
On being told the name I told him that we knew his father also his father's brother and showed him a photo I had on my mobile with his uncle way back in 1963 while he was in London studying. He was 19 and I 17 years old. He had heard my fathers name but far too young to have known him.

Had a lovely chat and he just would not let us pay for our coffees. Both my self and brother thanked him, said goodbye to the English waiter, an oldish chap and headed off to Theletra, my father's village and also my older brother's birth place.
We have first cousins in Theletra and a plethora of second nephews and nieces.
Theletra is the new village, the old village just beneath was abandoned in early 90s as it was deemed to be unsafe. My brother wanted to visit his place of birth so on finishing our visit we made our way to the practically desserted old Theletra....
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Schnauzer » Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:28 pm

Ghosts of the Cabin Cafe (of yesteryear) reconnoitring for the Brits/Turks/Yanks perhaps. 8)
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby miltiades » Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:11 pm

Will soon describe the Old Ghost, or is it, of Theletra as it now is.
I found it extremely interesting and left me with a profound reminder of an era gone by.
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Paphitis » Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:52 pm

miltiades wrote:Sunday last, my self and older brother who arrived in Cyprus for a two week break on Wednesday 21st, trotted off to Paphos going straight to Stroumbi arriving there just after 1pm. We headed off to the local kafenion but apart from a cat no-one was around, we waited for a bit and on seing nobody around headed off to the old village, Pano Stroumbi stopping at the cemetery for a minute's silence at mother's grave.
There is a kafenio in the old village but it was closed , we knew that on the outskirts
Of the village there was a restaurant/ cafe so we drove half a mile or less and stopped for coffee. The restaurant apparently has a good reputation and was almost full, mostly English people having their Sunday lunch.

A local guy was sitting at the bar and we got talking to, he was from Stroumbi and age 51. I told him that I too was born in Stroumbi and asked for his family name.
On being told the name I told him that we knew his father also his father's brother and showed him a photo I had on my mobile with his uncle way back in 1963 while he was in London studying. He was 19 and I 17 years old. He had heard my fathers name but far too young to have known him.

Had a lovely chat and he just would not let us pay for our coffees. Both my self and brother thanked him, said goodbye to the English waiter, an oldish chap and headed off to Theletra, my father's village and also my older brother's birth place.
We have first cousins in Theletra and a plethora of second nephews and nieces.
Theletra is the new village, the old village just beneath was abandoned in early 90s as it was deemed to be unsafe. My brother wanted to visit his place of birth so on finishing our visit we made our way to the practically desserted old Theletra....


Don't fucking bullshit me! You never tried hard enough to pay your way. There is no way in the world I would let anyone pay for me,
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Schnauzer » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:00 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Sunday last, my self and older brother who arrived in Cyprus for a two week break on Wednesday 21st, trotted off to Paphos going straight to Stroumbi arriving there just after 1pm. We headed off to the local kafenion but apart from a cat no-one was around, we waited for a bit and on seing nobody around headed off to the old village, Pano Stroumbi stopping at the cemetery for a minute's silence at mother's grave.
There is a kafenio in the old village but it was closed , we knew that on the outskirts
Of the village there was a restaurant/ cafe so we drove half a mile or less and stopped for coffee. The restaurant apparently has a good reputation and was almost full, mostly English people having their Sunday lunch.

A local guy was sitting at the bar and we got talking to, he was from Stroumbi and age 51. I told him that I too was born in Stroumbi and asked for his family name.
On being told the name I told him that we knew his father also his father's brother and showed him a photo I had on my mobile with his uncle way back in 1963 while he was in London studying. He was 19 and I 17 years old. He had heard my fathers name but far too young to have known him.

Had a lovely chat and he just would not let us pay for our coffees. Both my self and brother thanked him, said goodbye to the English waiter, an oldish chap and headed off to Theletra, my father's village and also my older brother's birth place.
We have first cousins in Theletra and a plethora of second nephews and nieces.
Theletra is the new village, the old village just beneath was abandoned in early 90s as it was deemed to be unsafe. My brother wanted to visit his place of birth so on finishing our visit we made our way to the practically desserted old Theletra....


Don't fucking bullshit me! You never tried hard enough to pay your way. There is no way in the world I would let anyone pay for me,


Sounds as if there are a pair of them skittering around..., now that there are probably no living persons that remember them as young snot noses.
But the hunt goes on. 8)
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Paphitis » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:04 pm

Schnauzer wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Sunday last, my self and older brother who arrived in Cyprus for a two week break on Wednesday 21st, trotted off to Paphos going straight to Stroumbi arriving there just after 1pm. We headed off to the local kafenion but apart from a cat no-one was around, we waited for a bit and on seing nobody around headed off to the old village, Pano Stroumbi stopping at the cemetery for a minute's silence at mother's grave.
There is a kafenio in the old village but it was closed , we knew that on the outskirts
Of the village there was a restaurant/ cafe so we drove half a mile or less and stopped for coffee. The restaurant apparently has a good reputation and was almost full, mostly English people having their Sunday lunch.

A local guy was sitting at the bar and we got talking to, he was from Stroumbi and age 51. I told him that I too was born in Stroumbi and asked for his family name.
On being told the name I told him that we knew his father also his father's brother and showed him a photo I had on my mobile with his uncle way back in 1963 while he was in London studying. He was 19 and I 17 years old. He had heard my fathers name but far too young to have known him.

Had a lovely chat and he just would not let us pay for our coffees. Both my self and brother thanked him, said goodbye to the English waiter, an oldish chap and headed off to Theletra, my father's village and also my older brother's birth place.
We have first cousins in Theletra and a plethora of second nephews and nieces.
Theletra is the new village, the old village just beneath was abandoned in early 90s as it was deemed to be unsafe. My brother wanted to visit his place of birth so on finishing our visit we made our way to the practically desserted old Theletra....


Don't fucking bullshit me! You never tried hard enough to pay your way. There is no way in the world I would let anyone pay for me,


Sounds as if there are a pair of them skittering around..., now that there are probably no living persons that remember them as young snot noses.
But the hunt goes on. 8)


You got to be very weary about the person so eager to tell their life story on the net. Most of it is bullshit and it is an indication that they are not all there or they have a guilty conscious.

What a deplorable human being.

And to think you met the idiot! You poor bastard!
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby miltiades » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:06 pm

Will not let the forum's Pervert or the grossly immature and rather stupid Generalwewe Malakas Plonker interrupt my real life story.
What a pair of fucking idiots !!
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Re: Miltiades's Anastasis

Postby Paphitis » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:08 pm

OMG! The idiot is actually upset that we have interjected in his life story to highlight his vanity and stupidity!

yes it is ok for him to interject into an adult debate when he is ill equipped!
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